Tech Published: 9 April 2024 Update: 9 April 2024

The Supercut app brings good Netflix to the Vision Pro

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A screenshot of the Supercut app, showing the service selector with Netflix and Prime Video as options.
The service selector in Supercut. | Screenshot: Wes Davis / The Verge

Netflix said last year that it had no plans for a native app for the Apple Vision Pro — a disappointment for owners, given how well-suited it is for the task. Now, a new app called Supercut brings Netflix streaming to Apple’s headset without letterboxing bars on the top and bottom of the video; it also supports 4K streaming with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision.

Made by developer Christian Privitelli, Supercut offers playback controls — including subtitles, audio output, playback speed, and the ability to skip ahead or back a few seconds — plus the ability to switch between profiles on the fly. It even gives you a visual indicator telling you whether your video is outputting in one or both of the Dolby formats and what resolution you’re…

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